Mum shares 11-year-old daughter's very extravagant Christmas list
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Christmas is just around the corner, which means you need to be thinking about what you're going to buy your family and friends, and more importantly, what you want from them.
But what to ask for? Well, it's always good to have options, and that's a rule one young girl is clearly living by after she gave her mum a pretty extensive list of requests.
Sharing the list, the mum-of-two joked: "I’m so pleased [my daughter] Pixie Curtis has given options for various budgets."
Adding: "'Goyard' Bag, also known as Goyer."
For those of you who aren't familiar with their work, you actually have to contact them to get a price for their bags.
So that's the level of present we're dealing with here.
As well as the designer bags, Pixie also asked for a red Sommer Swim bikini, which will set you back around $180, and Triangl's Savoca set, priced at $135.
This was followed by requests for Bamba Swim's Bounty Dress in both Sunset colour and Aqua, which came in at $118, as well as 'any' Yeezy trainers and a Lily Floral Tee by With Harper Lu for $160.
However, the 11-year-old girl was kind enough to offer some less expensive options with her 'mid/cheap gifts' list.
Among the items on this side of the wish list were a pair of Bamba Swim Hibiscus top and bottoms, some Skims tank tops at $48, a Lacie Jumper by Tiga Mist, costing $63, and a Tori Dress by Tiga Mist for $40.
Some social media users chuckled along with Jacenko, while others branded her child a 'spoiled brat'.
"There is nothing about this to be proud of given she’s 11 years old," wrote one user.
Someone else then chimed in, commenting: "Y'all need to work in a homeless shelter for Xmas. Inflation is through the roof, this kid needs to be on one of those parent exchange shows with a real family."
While another added: "Expensive taste that’s for sure!! Like mother, like daughter."
However, Jacenko has since come out and defended Pixie and the post.
Speaking to News.com.au, she said: "Clothes and swimwear. Hardly unreasonable for a tween,” she told News.com.au.
“Ask any parent of a young lady of this age, you’ll find the list is somewhat the same.
“People have too much time on their hands."